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GPS Integrity and Potential Impact on Aviation Safety

  • Washington Y. Ochieng (a1), Knut Sauer (a1), David Walsh (a2), Gary Brodin (a2), Steve Griffin (a3) and Mark Denney (a3)...

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This paper assesses the capability of GPS to provide the level of safety required for different aircraft flight navigation operations. It presents an analysis of the protection offered against potential catastrophic GPS failures at system and user levels. This is followed by an assessment of the different approaches to augmenting GPS for civil air navigation. Results show the inadequacy of GPS as a system for real-time safety critical use.

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GPS Integrity and Potential Impact on Aviation Safety

  • Washington Y. Ochieng (a1), Knut Sauer (a1), David Walsh (a2), Gary Brodin (a2), Steve Griffin (a3) and Mark Denney (a3)...

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